MTTB System Scam Review – Can Matt Lloyd Be Trusted?

By | November 16, 2014

Product: MTTB & ICR –

mttb system scamAcronym for My Top Tier Business & Inner Circle Riches

Owner: Matt Lloyd


Price: $49 Fee

Overall Rank: 10/100 – Scam!


My MTTB Scam Review By Matt Lloyd

Thanks for making it over to my review on M.T.T.B.. The latest Matt Lloyd production.

This review will be primarily be focusing on one of the latest released products developed by Matt Lloyd. In addition, we’ll be taking a look at a website titled – “” I would also first like to note however, that Matt Lloyd is also the so-called “proud owner” of one of today’s largest online marketing scams known as MOBE.

Essentially there is no real difference between what is provided within MTTB and MOBE, besides the fact that MTTB advertises itself as a product that can claim to make you thousands of dollars in its simple 21 step tutorial! Sounds awesome! Too bad things that sound too good, don’t usually turn out to be true, or of any value after all.

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The Only Profiting MTTB/MOBE Members Are Those At The Top!


Reputation Proceeds Every Man & Woman

Recent research has been conclusive proving Matt Lloyd has been completely ruining his reputation, both personally and entrepreneurial wise. I believe he has no future in the online marketing world, as an increasing number of his products are being labeled as scams. Matt Lloyd has not developed and stuck with one great and helpful online product, but instead has seemingly gone on a run of streams developing one scam to the next.

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MOBE being one of the major ones that people have bought into, turned out to have some of the largest number of consumer complaints. Statistically, MOBE though being one the most popular products by Matt Lloyd, has been losing much of its leverage. As a result, you’ll begin to find more random systems that are either a 100% replicate of the older previous version, are just flat-out lousy!

MTTB, MOBE, ICR – What They Have In Common?


After the development of MOBE, Matt Lloyd went ahead to create a system called the Simple Solution System.

However, after people started to complain with the number of scam complaints, he has recently decided to create the newest and latest product in his genre of scheming people to make money, otherwise known as: MTTB – My Top Tier Business.

Now I’m not sure if you can see, or tell off the bat, but after the many failures Matt Lloyd attained after his attempt with MOBE, it looks as though his newly duplicated scam product, MTTB is highly-similar, simply in-terms of its NAME.

As you can see both the terms and names MTTB and MOBE provide nothing but meaningless acronyms:

MOBE – “My Online Business Empire” – includes many other smaller cheap scummy systems like ” Simple Solution System”

MTTB – “My Top Tier Business” – has recently been discovered to team-up with another online marketing J.V. partner known as ICR! Yet another acronym, for Inner Circle Riches.

The word is, that any one of these products are able to make you RICH!

MTTB System:

After investigating this website, I’ve come to thoroughly conclude and express both my sorrow and enthusiasm for expressing the truth of these systems… all developed for one purpose, to fatten the pockets of Matt Lloyd. My conclusion that Inner Circle Riches was nothing but a scam, essentially with a 0/100 Rank (Very Poor!), is partially a result of the extreme low-quality use of testimonials faked and witnessed within the website.

Not only that, but the videos are just horribly expressed!

One shows a man who claims he can vouch for the system after he simply says, he’s made $10,000 overnight by buying into the system. Not only that, but claims he is also going to be making another $40,000 in the next 7-days! Take a look at the lovely background.

Inner Circle Riches And MTTB — Inner Circle Riches MTTB System Scam 2014-11-16 22-40-09

Apparently Matt Lloyd has got it into his head that as long as people here exactly what they want to, they won’t mind handing you over a few dollar bills – I believe the cost being $49.

Consumer testimonials have basically become the primary backbone to Matt Lloyd’s consumerism and attention for his audience. Although that works to somewhat of a degree, as you can see it eventually dies down into nothing, not only building a terrible rapport for him, but causing nothing but entrepreneurial chaos in his own world.

Now, is this the type of guy you’d be looking to work with online?


I would hope not!

Nonetheless, products like Wealthy Affiliate, Jaaxy, and simple home-based business tools like SiteRubix, which allow you to create a business from the very start without having to spend lucridous amounts of money to me is truly nothing but the best choices when going about your own legitimate online business. Essentially these have become my own 3 primary tools in building my online business, as I continually attempt in helping others avoid such scams!

You see the point is, people like Matt Lloyd aren’t trying to help you fill that wallet, but rather take and take, as much as they can. The simple fact these types of people are allowed to do such ludicrous acts in this world stinks, I know! But atleast for every bad, there is a good… Sometimes an even better choice and alternative :)

MOBE, MTTB, ICR, & Matt Lloyd Overview:


Verdict: Scam!

Overall Rank: 10/100

Wealthy Affiliate Vs. MTTB (My Top Tier Business)

See my comparison chart and following review on Wealthy Affiliate. Out of the 100’s of products I have reviewed, Wealthy Affiliate statistically stands to be the most favorited online product.. Take a look!

20 thoughts on “MTTB System Scam Review – Can Matt Lloyd Be Trusted?

  1. Nancy

    I just got ready to buy into this MOBE system, after listening to a hour and a half training program when I saw your website. They’re asking $2497 to get their sales system. It’s a lot of money and it’s a now or never deal. I don’t have that kind of money to shell out. Thanks for the info.

  2. William

    Hi Peter hope all is good at your end. I read all good things about WA! Can you tell me if one decides to leave WA for awhile can they move their websites to another hosting company?
    Thank You! Great blog!

    Kind regards, William

    1. Peter G. Post author

      Hi William, everything is great thank you! WA is awesome. Yes you can definitely move your website to another hosting company down the line. All you’ll have to do is change the name servers which is really easy and is something you will learn over at Wealthy Affiliate!

  3. Samson

    I thank God and i also thank you Pete for all your efforts in revealing this so called Matt Lloyd and his scam business, they’ve even upgraded to the extent that they now give phone calls because they called me on the phone today and persuading me to activate my account thereby giving out my master card number and the expiration date but i declined and told them that i would love to think about it first that was when they got angry and cut the call and i was left speechless as they have proven to be real scammers before my very eyes and ears…. Anyways thanks for this write up…. It will surely go a long way for people like us.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      You’re welcome Samson. Glad this review was able to help. Matt Lloyd is definitely a scam artist lol. But to start sending out calls to their leads.. That’s going a bit far. Almost sounds like some invasion of privacy is going on. Good thing you didn’t give MTTB your credit card number. Who knows what would have happened from there!

  4. candice hill

    I feel so crazy right now they got me out of the 49$ and I was about to follow this thing through but, I decided to look up this business on BBB to see if reports was ever posted on them like scams and to my surprise I landed here on this page and I am just outdone right now! I wish I did this first before allowing them to get my 49 bucks! but I am glad I didn’t take it a step further! literally like going all in and no making profits like I should I am so disappointed because I actually thought they were the real deal but, thanks to you Peter I see they were fake! Are there any real home based businesses out there that I can actually trust to work for me and I can make some real money? If so could you please let me know immediately!!!! I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks so much for revealing this information about MTTB or whoever they are!!!

    1. Peter G. Post author

      Hi Candice, no problem. I’m really glad this MTTB review helped you in going any further than necessary. You always have to watch out for upsells. It’s such an awful tactic that is being widely used today in so many scams. The objective is to first get you pay a small amount and then to get you paying more and more for a false promise. MTTB is notorious for this. They always seem to be updating their system these days.

      Anyway don’t be disappointed. This used to happen to me a lot, until I became better aware of all the red flags involved in many of todays online marketing scams. Yes, there are certainly some real and legitimate home based business opportunities out there. Though few in number, there is one I can certainly recommend for anyone looking to get started online. Thanks again Candice! :)

  5. Anthony

    So I am really glad that you put this on the web. I was just about to sign up for the MTTB System and invest money I really could not afford to spend. If there are any start up programs you would be willing to suggest that cost very little to no money I am more than happy to put in the work. Please let me know I am a very experienced salesperson that is in dire need of something worth my time and effort.
    Anthony S.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      Hello Anthony,

      You’re very welcome and I’m happy to have saved you the time, money, and effort from scams such as Mobe and MTTB.. You’ll find that a lot of online products these days are simply implementing one worthless product at one end only to work in some kind of MLM program people can buy into. MTTB, just like Empower Network, has created an overwhelming amount of buzz and hype that has scammed countless number of people and is best to be ignored altogether.

      My suggestion Anthony is to simply take a look at the above tab titled My #1 Recommendation. I’ve placed it there for a reason, as I’m very well familiar with the product, and has done great things in so many peoples lives.. It’s called Wealthy Affiliate and you’ll find the benefits and long-term gains greatly outweigh any and all of its small short-term costs. Here is a link so you can join and get started for free.


  6. Jesse

    Thank you Peter for this! You’re a life saver in the online world. These scams must be exposed to the world.

  7. seth

    Hi Peter. I glad to read your view about this, I have received an Email from MTTB almost everyday. Unsubscribed one but still received another one. Thanks for viewing this.


    1. Peter G. Post author

      Appreciate your input Seth.

      Yeah, with the wide growing use of autoresponders and features, I’m not surprised you’re receiving so many e-mails.
      I get the same thing from tons of online companies, primarily MLM. Guess one’s success and income really only comes
      down to the amount of people you can recruit into your team/downline, I think that’s why I prefer affiliate marketing.
      to network and MLM marketing.


  8. Ty Jord

    Hi Pete,

    Thanks for this write up, lots of misinformation is looming out there on the internet and it’s good to know when they’re exposed for what they truly are.

    I personally use WA and can attest to write you’ve written, thanks for posting.


    1. Peter G. Post author

      Hi Ty!

      Glad to see a regular W.A. user here on my site :)

      Thank you for taking the time out your most-likely busy day to simply comment on my latest post.
      I know I wasn’t saying the nicest things about Matt Lloyd, but if you put Matt Lloyd in the ring with Kyle, owner of Wealthy Affiliate..
      Pretty sure Matt Lloyd would get knocked out in the first round hahah.. in-terms of getting the greatest fans
      and for providing us legitimate long-term online income opportunities and careers!

      All hail.. Wealthy Affiliate :)

      Thanks Ty,

  9. Marion

    Hi Peter,
    You are spot on with your review of “MTTB” I got scammed by them a few years back but I was one of the fortunate ones. After my complaints (loud and long) I finally received all my “investment” back except for the initial $49 payment. Keep up the good work. These scammers should be exposed.

    P.S. For your eyes only: your Google+ post is in second position on Google for the search term “my top tier business”, well done.

    1. E.LW.

      I was persuaded to buy into the affiliate system by someone who has now dropped Mobe. When I looked into it more deeply I didn’t like, did not feel good about selling it to anyone, so did not. Any way I can get my 2K back?

      1. Peter G. Post author

        Hey ELW,

        Sounds like the mature thing to do of you, and cannot believe these guys are now selling MLM packages as high as 2 grand. That’s outrageous!

        My opinion would be to contact their support team either by e-mail and/or phone if they have one.. I’m not sure whether or not I recall seeing one, but would be happy to look into it for you.

        Sorry to see this happening and hope everything will get sorted out.



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